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Unexpected Art Objects to Appear in Moscow
21.05.2013 00:48
Unexpected Art Objects to Appear in Moscow

On May 24 the Artplay Center opens a group exhibition Sopromat (Strength of Materials) dedicated to relationship of the artist and material: art works made of soap, foam rubber, rubber, and bread.

      On the example of works by Dmitri Gutov, Mishmash, Alexander Shekhovtsov, AES+F, and Alexander Brodsky they consider unexpected materials, which are chosen for various reasons for creativity by modern artists. Iron and plastic, soap and foam rubber, plasticine, rubber and bread — all these are canvass, paints and marble of today.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Sculpture Modern Art Exhibitions in Moscow Installations  

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